Worship That Counts: The Expressions Of Worship, Pt. 2 (3 Of 5) by Ernest Easley
This content is part of a series.WORSHIP THAT COUNTS
The Expressions of Worship (Pt. II)
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
November 7, 1999
Isaiah declares in Isaiah 38.19, "The living, the living man,
he shall praise You, As I do this day..." Not the man that merely
exists, but the man that truly lives! "The living, the living man, he
shall praise You, As I do this day."
Folks, there's something dynamic .. there's something
vibrant .. there's something exciting about living saints worshipping
the living savior! In fact .. Hebrews 1.6 says, "Let all the angels of
God worship Him." Is there anybody here who wants to be like an
angel? Then learn to worship God!!
Well ...join me this morning in the gospel according to John
.. chapter 4. We're learning these days about worship! And it's my
hope that you're becoming less interested in counting those in
worship and more interested in making your worship count!
Jesus said in John 4.23, "But the hour is coming, and now
is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and
truth; for the Father is seeking such to worship Him."
And the word translated "worship" means "to kiss towards."
You see, genuine worship expresses to God how you feel about
Him! But not only how you feel about Him, but what you think
It's now wonder David says in Psalm 40.3, "He has put a
new song in my mouth: Praise to our God; Many will see it and
fear, And will trust in the Lord."
Not that somebody might hear you sing as you express to
God how much you love Him! But that they might see you sing as
you express to God how much you love Him!
In other words, when those around you see you sing, it will
create an appetite for God in them and "they will trust in the Lord."
I just wonder what those around you saw as you sang to the
Lord a few minutes ago? To begin with .... was your singing to the
Lord or were you singing to those around you?
Say ...what did your s ...
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